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Repeat Prescriptions

Important - New Prescription System

We are changing our prescription system. If you wish to newly register we would ask that all patients download the Rotherham Health App (available in App stores)

This can be used on smartphones, computers and hand held devices such as Ipads.

Or if you are registered with SystmOne  then please click here to order your prescription. 

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This App can provide online access to manage your healthcare 24 hours a day.

Book appointments, manage your medication, view test results, and access your medical record.

Manage your healthcare on the go - download the app today!


red_orange_pillsIf the doctor has put you on a repeat prescription, you may obtain your medication by completing the re-order form which is attached to your prescription. If you lose this form, you can write your name and address on plain paper along with the medication you require and either place your request in the box which is situated in reception or post it to us.

Please include a stamped, addressed envelope if you would like the prescription posting back.

Allow 48 hours (two working days). If you post your request with a stamped, addressed envelope, please allow a couple of extra days. If you over or under order your medication we may telephone you to find out why this is happening.

Alternatively, you can order your repeat prescription directly through this site. Click on the link above and complete the simple registration form. Please be aware that it is only possible to register one patient per individual email address.  If more than one person in the household wishes to register for online ordering it may be possible to create an 'additional user' on the main email address - check with your email provider.

Periodically you will need to have your medication reviewed. You may be asked to see the doctor, practice nurse or both. This may be on the same day or a week apart.

 
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